Stephen Walker (15 Nov 1964 - 17 Feb 2021)

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As many of you have heard the sad news of Steve Walker, he passed away at home on Wednesday 17th February. Steve was loved dearly and will be missed by all especially by his wife and son Luke.
Steve was a true gentleman, hard working, and nothing was too much trouble and he touched so many lives within the community of Hatton.
In the end, Steve gave way to his demons which took his beautiful soul from us all.
I know many of his friends would like to share their thoughts and say their goodbyes but due to the current covid rules, the funeral will be limited to immediate family and close friends.
Sharon and Luke have asked that there are no flowers at the funeral other than immediate family, if you were thinking of sending any flowers could you please turn this into a donation instead all pennies will go to the charity mind in Derby
If we all can help support others struggling with their demons and help save a life and not have another family go through such pain they would be truly grateful.

A Funeral Cortege will process through Hatton at approximately 10.30 am on Thursday 18th March. If you would like to pay your respects, please stand outside your door as we pass.

Lindsey Potts wrote

Met Steve many years ago in the railway in Hatton...always made me laugh..always made sure I got home safe...a true gentleman...I'm very shocked to hear this very sad news ..a man with a very big heart xxxxxx my thought are with all his family at this very sad time xx

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Glenn & Antoinette Paxman donated in memory of Stephen

RIP Steve, we will miss you so much! Gone too soon! We will still do the things we promised and think of you every step of the way.. Sleep tight
all our love
Glenn & Antoinette

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Karen and Mick Gaunt Gaunt wrote

A truly loving brother who has given me many great times and memories during our lifetime.

You will never leave our thoughts xx

Mick and I will never forget all the good times we have shared together.

R.I.P. Steve xx

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Our thoughts and condolences are with Sharon and Luke.

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Christine Evans wrote

Rest in Peace Steve. I have lovely memories of you coming to The Bulldog Bash in Cuff's sidecar 20 years ago. You were always such a ray of sunshine. Condolences to Sharon and Luke and lots of love to you. Christine xxxx

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Colette and Michael Morley wrote

At peace now Steve and sending strength to Sharon and Luke xxx

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Rest in Peace Steve.
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  • My farher tried to take his own life three weeks ago He was lucky and he got help after a few weeks in hospital he is back home . .My heart goes out to this family . Rest in peace Steve .Sadly you will not be the last person to give in to that voice in your head . As a sufferer of severe depression and extreme anxiety i know first hand what you went through .

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Alison & Martin West wrote

You have been our neighbour for 21 years. Martin saw you in good spirits Christmas Day 😢so sad your gone. You work so hard all your life...RIP Sweet pea xxx

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Paul Burnage wrote

The Six Nations will always be ours! Love you brother, swing low sweet chariot .....

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Susan wrote

My thoughts are with Sharon and Luke, much love to you both and your families, may you Rest in Peace Sweetpea, always remember you in your Smartie baseball cap.

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